Hi Larch Class
This week in maths we will be concluding our topic of Place Value for numbers to 20. Again, there will be videos and PowerPoints to help with your learning then a couple of activities to complete each day. There is also your maths activity mats to go through which will act as our maths revision sessions so we don't forget what we already know - pick the challenge for your ability, it shouldn't be too easy or too hard.
This week there will also be a little booklet at the end to complete - see if you can do this all by yourself, although someone may need to read the questions for you.
If you can upload Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's learning to Tapestry I will take a look.
If you need any help don't forget you can call or email the school or ask me on a Zoom session.
Well done Larch Class, you are all doing so well. Keep going and don't forget to enjoy your learning!
"Compare groups of objects" by White Rose Maths
" Compare numbers" by White Rose Maths
"Order groups of objects" by White Rose Maths
"Order numbers" by White Rose Maths
Top Marks Maths - Hit the Button
Here is a website (free) and an app of some great free maths games (the app is £2.99). If you have a look at the 'hit the button' activities and play the games. Go to the Number Bonds section and practise number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 20.
Place Value can be a tricky concept to grasp. If you are finding the White Rose tasks too hard, have a look at the additional activities below. There are three levels, so choose the one that is right for you. You could have a go at the 1* task, then move on to the 2* if you feel happy to.
You may be finding the White Rose tasks too easy or you would just like more practise so again, have a look at the additional activities as it will all help with your learning and understanding.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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